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Monitor Archive for March 17, 1986
The impact of terrorism on tourism. Why do Europe and America see it so differently?
Chasing a sunset
Out-of-season bears watch bull market for signs of fatigue
Problems in the urbanized forest
Will Mozambique become Reagan's Angola?
A Parent's Perspective. Allowing small hands to help
Disappointing tale of Hollywood from critically acclaimed Robert Stone
Immovable Kerr a power-play scoring ace for hockey's Flyers
Family essay. A turn in the road on Southern trek
Blue-ribbon panels look for ways UN can trim fat
Weight of scandal prevents Mayor Koch from forging ahead. Investigation likely to focus on Bronx after Manes suicide
French vote signals historic challenge to presidential power
Halley probe a scientific `triumph'
Hindu-Muslim friction confronts Gandhi with fresh challenge
`Frontline' tries to sort out who's running the Nicaraguan war
European unity on the rise. Decades of ice show signs of thawing as talk turns to flexibility, risk-taking, and greater cooperation
On St. Patty's Day, shamrocks are as rare as leprechauns
We walk the dog in March
The sins of the daughters
Colleges, cultural institutes team up to aid local schools
Peace begins within
Trouble in S. African homeland, Most promising homeland beset by violence, economic woes
Privatization: Washington braces for push to sell off US assets
Senate budgeteers bog down in debate over defense funds. Domenici's plan includes new taxes and Pentagon cuts
The art of radical simplification. Jack Youngerman's abstract forms resonate qualities of organic life
Swedes, under new leader, now look to challenges ahead. Disturbing questions remain in wake of Palme funeral
S. Africa signals preference for lighter touch in quelling unrest
`Idiot's Delight': badly dated play given snappy production